Joseph Phelps Vineyards and their 100% Estate Grown portfolio - meet Lynn Phelps Finch, daughter of Joseph Phelps, for an enchanting evening of Napa storytelling and exquisite wine tasting.
An opening sparking wine as a treat for our guests, then we will feature:
Phelps Sauvignon Blanc
Phelps Freestone Chardonnay
Phelps Freestone Pinot Noir
Phelps Cabernet Sauvignon
$40 per person - Buy 2 bottles and take $20 off!
Must be 21+ to attend. This class size is limited to 30 attendees.
Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis.
About Joseph Phelps Vineyards:
When Joe Phelps established Joseph Phelps Vineyards, the fearless vision and gumption with which he’d built his construction company was now focused on the wine industry. He left no stone unturned, learning everything he could about grape growing and winemaking, mostly through trial and error, but also through early associations with people like Joe Heitz, Jack Davies, Louis Martini and Robert Mondavi. He surrounded himself with experts, experimented constantly and applied what he’d learned through traveling, reading and collecting to producing wines that could be counted among the finest in the world. In the early days, dividing his time between the winery and Hensel Phelps Construction Company, Joe worked tirelessly, routinely putting in fourteen-hour days. After he sold Hensel Phelps Construction Company to focus solely on Joseph Phelps Vineyards, he was often the first one to arrive at the winery and the last one to leave. But Joe also liked to enjoy himself, and to share his love of wine, food, and life with his family and the many friends he made in Napa Valley. He cooked and entertained often and liberally opened bottles from his private wine collection. At the helm of Joseph Phelps Vineyards for over 30 years, Joe worked with other Napa Valley vintners on a host of issues and initiatives, generously offering his time and wise counsel. Joe quietly gave back, sharing his success with organizations and people who still feel the influence of his many gifts to this day.
Lynn Phelps Finch, Joe’s Daughter “When dad started out, he did his own marketing. I remember driving with him and mom around Colorado with a case of wine in the trunk. Mom and I would sit in the car outside of places like Boulder Liquor Mart and Applejack in Denver while he took a couple of bottles in to taste with the owners.”